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Reverend Keith Thompson continues his series of sermons on the Sermon on the Mount with a message titled “What Jesus Said About Anxiety” based on Matthew 6:24-34. Children are always welcome at the worship service. Nursery is available for his children up to the age of 4. Masks are optional and both services in the Fellowship Hall will be followed by a meal and fellowship. Anyone can join the worship service. Sunday worship time is 8:30 AM or 11:00 AM. You can also join the service online at For more information, call (828) 884-2645 or email

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You are invited to attend Sunday morning services at First Baptist Church Brevard. Student and Family Pastor Nathan Fletcher delivers our morning message. Sunday School begins at 9:45 am and worship begins at 11:00 am. Sunday evening activities begin at 5:30pm with his AWANA and student Bible study. Wednesday evening activities begin at 5:30pm with a fellowship meal and all-ages Bible study at 6:00pm. Host a dinner and show. A plate costs $10. Babysitting services are provided. Call (828) 883-8251 to make an appointment. First Baptist Church is located at 94 S. Gaston St. For more information, visit or call (828) 883-8251.



All are welcome to join us for Sunday service at 10:30 am at 55 E. Jordan St. in downtown Brevard. Connect with Transylvanians like you in a casual and friendly atmosphere. The Treehouse Ministry welcomes children up to the age of 6. Grace is a place that offers comfort, hope, and delicious coffee. Won’t you pray with us? Join us for community prayer on Wednesdays from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm or send us a message at (828) 548-1664 to submit a prayer request. If you would like to connect with other men, please come to Grace’s Men’s Her Breakfast on Saturday, February 11th at 8am. For more information, please visit





The theme for the fourth Sunday service of Epiphany on January 29th is Back to Basics. The Prophet Micah talks about the bedrock basics of what it is like to live with God’s grace. Just three things: do justice. love mercy. And walk humbly with God. Sounds simple. Join us as we begin to unlock what it is like to act on these basic principles. Worship services are held every Sunday at 8:00 AM (face-to-face only) or 10:30 AM. In-person and live streams are available on our website Make us your church family in 2023. The Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd is located at 22 Fisher Road in Brevard.





On Monday, January 23, the Sacred Heart held another town hall meeting focused on “New Beginnings: How to Make 2023 Different and More Faithful.”

From our discussion, the obstacles that seem to stumble us, the obstacles that prevent us from gaining traction as true followers of Christ in our personal lives, and the obstacles that stall our lives. There was general consensus that we need to focus, individually and collectively, on getting over the . Be His hands and feet in our church community and in our larger world. We now have some great resources available to help us do this. This includes two excellent research groups and opportunities to support pregnant women and families in the community. Please stay tuned. The first of our research group is entitled Metanoia. This is the Greek word for the profound spiritual transformation that many of us crave. Metanoia transforms us from complacency to a radical relationship with Jesus. This 10-week series of his kicks off each session with a video from Father Dave Pivonka, creator of the popular ‘Wild Goose’ series that meant so much to us last year. We then discuss the questions it raises to deepen our understanding and experience of this ongoing conversion. The group will meet in Classroom 9 on Wednesdays from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. Facilitated by Kathleen and Tim Morris, this class is already in progress, but you can join at any time. You don’t have to attend every week.

Spiritual Discernment is another study based on the spirituality of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus and one of the most influential spiritual thinkers in history. His ideas are challenging, but his insights are invaluable for spiritual growth in modern society. This series uses a program developed by Fr. Timothy Gallagher is a prominent teacher, scholar and interpreter of Ignatian teachings for Christians today. It will be led by Sherry Glatzer and will meet in Room 9 at 6pm on Tuesday evenings.

This week we are also launching our annual baby bottle campaign to raise funds for clients of Brevard’s Center for Women. Pick up your bottle from the gathering area and return it to the Sanctuary Basket with your cash or check donation by February 26th. The center walks with women who are pregnant or may be pregnant and supports pre-pregnant women and their families. We also offer a fatherhood program after the baby is born. You can always join us for the Weekend Mass, which is held at 4:00 pm (English) and 7:00 pm (Spanish) on Saturdays and 8:00 am and 10:30 am on Sundays. The church is located at 150 Brian Berg Lane, Brevard.

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St. Patrick’s Church services at 1825 Rothman Highway. Recorded services can also be found on our website Pastor Nick Henderson preaches. The share house reception will also be held this Sunday. The nave has been completed, and we have been worshiping at the new house since New Year’s Day. Many people have contributed to this work, but a special thanks goes to our deacon and resident construction expert, Reverend Bob Shoup. Bishop Chandler Jones of Atlanta will preside over the building’s official dedication on February 4th. St. Patrick’s Church is a traditional, biblical mission, nourished by the grace of Christ, inspired by the fullness of the Holy Spirit, and humbled by the majesty of God the Father. At St. Patrick’s, our worship is through the Word and the Sacraments. You can expect a lot of Scripture. Every Sunday we read the Old Testament, the New Testament, the Psalms and the Gospels. You can expect to praise God with prayers and songs. If you’re looking for a Bible-true church, then St. Patrick’s Church is for you. We welcome all visitors (and families of trained dogs) with an open heart. Grow with us.

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Episcopal Church


Join us for Taizé’s Candlelight Service on January 29th at 4pm in Miller Hall. Taking the time to experience meditative reading during the long, cold days of winter, and immersing yourself and your soul in the exquisite spirituality of the Taizé Chant can be uplifting and soothing. Please maintain silence when entering the prayer space. Coffee & Conversation 2.0 January 29th at 9:15am. Miller Hall’s Coffee & Conversation continues the discussion of the spiritual journey and contrasts how generational groups approach spirituality. Rob Field is moderating this discussion. I hope that through this discussion we can find ways to support these journeys using the model that Jesus taught. Please consider. The St. Phillips shop is open every Thursday through Saturday from 10am to 4pm. Racks and shelves are filled with items to brighten up your home and wardrobe. Proceeds from the shop go towards ECW grants to the community. This year, more than $100,000 will be distributed to help neighbors get the help they need.






“Whoever you are.” Come to the heart of the community. Know yourself in others. In Sunday’s sermon, Reverend Bob Rangellian ponders on finding our center. No matter where you are in your spiritual journey or who you are, you are welcome here. Worship at our building at 10am or online. Coffee time is at 11:00 a.m. Childcare is available.

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